service abroad


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Noun1.service abroad - naval service aboard a ship at sea
assignment, duty assignment - a duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces); "hazardous duty"
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The federal cabinet issued him NOC for the slot to regularise his service abroad after retiring from the Army.
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu expressed his appreciation for the sacrifices of a Malaysian battalion serving as peacekeepers in Lebanon, hailing them for their selfless service abroad even as their country began celebrating Hari Raya Aidilfitiri today.
They all saw service abroad but my dad eventually transferred to the RAF and ended up as a rigger on aeroplanes in Egypt.
Higher marks are given if PhD was done from some specific university about 25 years ago; marks are being awarded for service abroad which may give benefit to those who left Pakistan to settle abroad with their families to acquire nationality.
After researching for a long time, I found associations that provide this service abroad, so I decided to launch this initiative -- Khosal -- in Oman." - Wedyan Matar, Founder, Khosal Khosal has a 20-member team across the Sultanate which helps with collecting hair, along with 6 salons helping with the campaign.
He remained there until March, 1915, when he was sent home having been found to be unfit for service abroad owing to defectiveeyesight.
'You are reminded that foreign service abroad is temporary assignment with specific time bound responsibilities and duties.
When our service abroad ended, we came back to Blackbush Airport, sent to Goodge Street Reception Centre in London and later in the day, sent by train to Borden in Hampshire.
U.S.-based health care workers have been volunteering their service abroad, despite the fact that some have been faced with quarantine requirements upon their return.
Military service abroad kindled his enthusiasm for travel and honed his clinical expertise.
The "Project Friendship" bracelets are part of New Zealand's Volunteer Service Abroad (vsa.org.nz) program, and sales help fund many programs that aid needy people in southeast Asia Girl Guides (they're similar to Girl Scouts), schoolkids and others sell the bracelets they raised over $70,000 last year!
Gareth is also involved in The Choir: Military Wives while their folks are on active service abroad.